TESS will be the first dedicated all-sky exoplanet hunting satellite.
The first of their kind used for commercial energy generation
Neurologist Tally Lerman-Sagie saw her first cases of children having seizures a decade ago, but didn't have the technology to find their cause until now.
This bit of tail is the first hard evidence of a T. rex hunt in action
CHEOPS will be able to tell a planet's makeup, helping explain how supersized Earths form in other solar systems.
These findings have changed the way we see our solar system.
Dark matter makes up much of the cosmos, yet no one knows exactly what it is. Soon, physicists may finally solve one of science's biggest mysteries.
For physicists, it was "an appointment with destiny."
And one has already been killed.
Aerial surveillance, radio tagging and ranger patrols aim to fight poaching in Asia and Africa.
Modern genetic methods show the GPS hidden in DNA
Obesity is booming, yet there are only two medications approved for long-term weight loss. Why is it so hard to make a diet pill that works? For one thing, evolution hates diets
Unraveling a mystery about a spider that makes spider-shaped decoys in its web.
Alien hunter extraordinaire Jill Tarter, the inspiration for the movie Contact, speaks about her quest to detect signs of intelligent life.